Introduction
Microbiology is part of biology. Microbiology studies microorganisms which are very small organisms so that it is very difficult to observe without using a magnifying device. In nature, microorganisms are very rarely found alive as individuals, but as groups or colonies. In addition, in nature a group of microorganisms can occupy the same place with other groups of microorganisms or very close together. Therefore, isolation techniques are needed if observations of a line of microorganisms are carried out so that they are not mixed by other organisms. to observe the contamination of microorganisms in a material such as water or food.
Microscopic examination is very instrumental in helping diagnose infectious diseases. The accuracy of treatment for infectious diseases is greatly helped by excellent clinical microbiology services. The accuracy of taking clinical specimens, the accuracy of microbial identification and the accuracy of antimicrobial sensitivity tests are the quality parameters resulting from micobiological examination. Unrepresentative specimens make the results of microbiological examination meaningless. The ‘junk’ specimens will also produce results of ‘junk’ checks, which cannot help clinicians in managing infectious diseases
  1. The workshop on the introduction of microbiology for biology teachers
Theme:
Basic Engineering Workshop on Observing Microorganisms
Purpose :
  1. to increase knowledge for science teachers or biology teachers especially in the field of microbiology
  2. to provide basic knowledge in observing microorganisms, especially bacteria and fungi
  3. to introducing biology or science teachers with Permi
  1. Medical workshop
Theme :
Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases by Microscopic Examination
Purpose:
  1. Provide insight into representative microbiological examination sampling techniques
  2. Providing insight into microscopic examination techniques that are appropriate for the diagnosis of infectious diseases
  3. Provide insight into how to interpret microscopic examinations
  4. Providing a forum for interested people and clinical microbiology practitioners to exchange experiences and ideas.
Important dates:
  • Registration Workshop deadline                    : August 07th, 2019
  • Workshop                                                                     : August 27-28th, 2019
Venue
  1. The workshop on the introduction of microbiology for biology teachers
Biology Laboratory
Faculty of Math and Natural Sciences
Microbiology Laboratory
Faculty of Agriculture
Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta
  1. Medical Workshop
Microbiology Laboratory
Doctor’s education building
Faculty of Medicine, Kentingan
Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta
Registration
Participants Registration Workshop (Before, August 15th  2019)
Workshop of  Microbiology for Biology Teachers IDR 250.000
Medical Workshop IDR 1.500.000

Schedule of introduction of microbiology for biology teachers

Tuesday August 27 2019

No Time Events
1 08.30-09.00 Re- Registrasi
2 09.00-10.00 Aseptic principles and sterilization
3 10.00-11.00 Isolation technique
4 11.00-12.00 Quantification technique
5 12.00-13.00 Break
6 13.00-14.00 Morphological identification
7 14.00-15.00 Molecular identification

 

Wednesday August 28 2019

No Time Events
1 08.30-09.00 Introduction of laboratory tools and regulations
2 09.00-10.00 Isolation technique
3 10.00-11.00 Quantification technique
4 11.00-12.00 Making microscopic preparations
5 12.00-13.00 Break
6 13.00-15.00 Molecular identification

 

Schedule of Medical workshop

Wednesday August 28th 2019

No Time Events
1 08.30-08.15 Open Remark
2 08.15-09.00 Microbiology diagnostics (J. Priyambodo)
3 09.00-09.45 Specimens Collection (Marwoto)
4 09.45-10.15 Discussion
5 10.15-10.30 Coffee Break
6 11.30-11.45 Diagnosis microbiologic and laboratory practice of tuberculosis & leprae(Leli Saptawati)
7 11.45-12.30 Diagnosis microbiologic and laboratory practice of gonorrhoe and bacterial vaginosis (Tri Nugraha S)
8 12.30-13.30 Lunch Break
9 13.30-15.30 Diagnosis microbiologic and laboratory practice of diphteri (Maryani)
10 15.30-17.00 Diagnosis microbiologic and laboratory practice of mycosis (Betty Suryawati)
11 17.00 Closing Remarks
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